Patience: the key for good conduct

March 8, 2017 8:27pm CST
Of all the qualities a person needs to behave in an ideal manner, patience probably is amongst the most important ones. It is required literally at every step. Higher level of patience lends support in simplest looking tasks to the most complex ones. Imagine a parent dealing with his/her 3 year old child who is too active. The child can easily irritate the parent in many different ways. He/ she may want the parent to play continuously the silly gamea that the latter could not enjoy at all or may go on asking numerous questions which would seem utterly meaningless to the parent. However, a parent,s getting irritated with a child is highly unacceptable even if he/ she is too tired due to whole day,s hard work, is disturbed due to a trouble to be dealt with, is not creative enough to diacover silly acts to entertain a 3 year old, or, whatever. The ideal conduct for a parent is to be patient if the child is to get best development. For any person in general, the ideal conduct is to be patient, again, to deal with problems in truly effective manner (cool mind is the key), to not let anyone feel embarrassed, to maintain harmonious relationship and to get appreciated merely for not doing something inappropriate.
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@Lubuto (2261)
• Zambia
9 Mar 17
@dahiyaanuj my 1year old daughter is teaching me patience. At times she keep on calling, "dady" she calls me until I can't answer any more.
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9 Mar 17
I hope you agree that she is doing something good to you... in addition to giving you a lovely experience!!
• Prairieville, Louisiana
9 Mar 17
Patience is hard sometimes.Welcome to mylot new user.
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@Manvi_83 (156)
• Bhubaneswar, India
9 Mar 17
Thats the only thing lacking in me...................
• India
9 Mar 17
Same here. Iam working hard to achieve patience
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